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What is the midpoint of the segment shown below?

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what is the formular for finding mid point?

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M= ( x1+x2 over 2, y1+y2 over 2)
M =( 5+5 over 2, 4+(-3) over 2)
M = ( 10 over 2, 1 over 2)
M = ( 5, 1 over 2)
so the answer is C.

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@xoamb please also give them instruction, how to do more than just answers, thanks you. OS is to help, not just giving answers

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To show what @Leong wrote clearly, she applied this \[\left( \frac{ x _{1}+x _{2} }{ 2 },\frac{ y _{1}+y _{2} }{ 2 }\right)\] this is the midpoint formula :)

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@iambatman I can't use the equation function that OS have, is too hard to use and too much, how long had it take you to write? Mine was 15'

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Ah, I actually have some of the formulas I write quite often on here in my notes, so instead of writing it tediously I just copy and paste, you can do this into the equation bar. :) Hope that helps!

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ohhhh, I should do that sooner, b'c OS is just... it helpful, indeed it does but too complicate to use.

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Takes time to get used to, we have a latex section where you can practice :)

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@iambatman, really? very interesting... i'll try :)

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